Officiants of the traditional Church of England service wedding included the Archbishop of Canterbury and 25 other clerics.
There were 3,500 people in the congregation at St. Paul's Cathedral. Two million spectators lined the procession from Clarence House. Another 750 million people watched the ceremony worldwide.
Diana's wore a puff ball meringue wedding dress, with huge puffed sleeves and a frilly neckline. The dress was made of silk taffeta, decorated with lace, hand embroidery, sequins, and 10,000 pearls. It had a 25-foot train. Charles wore his full dress naval commander uniform.
After the ceremony, Charles and Diana delighted the crowd with the popular kiss on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. They later proceeded with a dinner for 120 people.